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ASPO Newsletter #51, March 2005

"Oil debate revving up, Bishop Wolfstan saw it coming in 1014, Venezuela’s new ties Russia and China, The IEA deserves Praise on its Limitless Planet, The US Department of Energy addresses Peak Oil, Decline in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, Indonesia contemplates leaving OPEC, Recognition of Peak, etc."

The Association for the Study of Peak Oil's March 2005 newsletter is available at the following links:

HTML: asponews.org/HTML/Newsletter51.html
PDF: peakoil.net/Newsletter/NL51/newsletter51.pdf
DOC: peakoil.net/Newsletter/NL51/newsletter51.doc

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